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18 th February 2009 Stephanie Burnett Christian Lambert

18 th February 2009 Stephanie Burnett Christian Lambert

18 th February 2009 Stephanie Burnett Christian Lambert. Methods for Dummies 2009. Dynamic Causal Modelling Part I: Theory. Psychophysiological interactions (PPI) and structural equation modelling (SEM) Functional vs. effective connectivity

By Olivia
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A Neuroanatomy primer.

A Neuroanatomy primer.

A Neuroanatomy primer. Gross surface anatomy of the human brain. References: Duvernoy, H. The Human Brain: Surface, Blood Supply, and Three-Dimensional Sectional Anatomy, 3 rd Edition, 1999: Absolutely the best atlas of the human brain and blood supply.

By tulia
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Latent model Deconvolves the hemodynamic response function using a small 2-param basis set (see Fig. 2)

Latent model Deconvolves the hemodynamic response function using a small 2-param basis set (see Fig. 2)

BOLD Activity . Neural activity. A. A. Assumed HRF (Basis functions). B. B. C. C. D. D. Columbia Psychology SCAN group. Time (s). Time (s). http://www.scan.psych.columbia.edu/. Brain regions mediating a heat stimulus - pain report relationship.

By hilaire
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Tobacco Use is Leading Cause of Preventable Death

Tobacco Use is Leading Cause of Preventable Death

Smoking vs. Health. Tobacco Use is Leading Cause of Preventable Death. Toll of Smoking . USA: 400,000 premature deaths annually one every 45 sec annual health care costs $50 billion (1993) Worldwide: 3,000,000 deaths annually one every 10 sec

By dulcinea
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iPad in Higher Education

iPad in Higher Education

iPad in Higher Education. Karen L. Francis. Interactive Textbooks. Digital Textbooks Software developers create interactive textbooks ScrollMotion CourseSmart Which Reader will the publishers use? iPad Kindle DX dual-screen enTourage eDge. Textbooks.

By kirk
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Chapter 5 (Part A): Male Reproductive Behavior (Note: Chapter 6 covers Female Reproductive Behavior)

Chapter 5 (Part A): Male Reproductive Behavior (Note: Chapter 6 covers Female Reproductive Behavior)

Chapter 5 (Part A): Male Reproductive Behavior (Note: Chapter 6 covers Female Reproductive Behavior). In this chapter, we examine the hormonal aspects of males that leads to their particular reproductive behaviors. Topics of focus include the examination of .

By gudrun
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Psychology 3351: Learning

Psychology 3351: Learning

Day 3. Psychology 3351: Learning. D. Rush McQueen, Ph.D. drmcqueen@troy.edu 334.399.1028. Quiz. Epistemology refers to: The study of the nature of knowledge. The study of the origins of the Christian church The idea that introspection is a primary means of gaining understanding.

By Mercy
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John W. Santrock

John W. Santrock

Children. 7. Cognitive Development in Infancy. John W. Santrock. Cognitive Development In Infancy. What Is Piaget’s Theory of Infant Development? How Do Infants Learn and Remember? How Are Individual Differences in Infant Intelligence Assessed?

By huong
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Synesthesia

Synesthesia

Synesthesia . Functional and Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Activation of V4/V8. J.A. Nunn, L.J. Gregory, M. Brammer , S.C.R. Williams, D.M. Parslow , M.J. Morgan, R.G. Morris, E.T. Bullmore , S. Baron-Cohen, & J.A. Gray. By Cecylia Witkowski. What is Synesthesia? .

By panthea
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Tourette’s Syndrome

Tourette’s Syndrome

Tourette’s Syndrome. What is Tourette’s?. Neurological disorder Characterized by: Repetitive involuntary movements called tics Obscene language is manifested in only 15% of patients. Symptoms. Noticed first in early childhood Tics classified either simple or complex

By eustacia
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Neurofeedback Training

Neurofeedback Training

Neurofeedback Training. Michael Dahl CS 575. Introduction. Goal: Learning to self-regulate one’s own brain It is technology’s answer to psychotherapy, cognitive rehabilitation, and poor cerebral functioning Mental Health Professionals Educators Occupational Therapists

By jenifer
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Meditation: Effects on the Brain

Meditation: Effects on the Brain

Meditation: Effects on the Brain. Kim Benzin Joe Brender. What is meditation?. Meditation is defined as a type of practice in where the people meditating control their minds or encourage a mode of awareness to understand an advantage (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meditation).

By matia
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CHAPTER Five

CHAPTER Five

CHAPTER Five. Mood Disorders and Suicide Symptoms Diagnosis Course and Outcome Frequency Causes Treatment Suicide. OVERVIEW. Major depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Depression accounts for 10% of all disability. Affect: pattern of observable behaviors

By aerona
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MAIN POINTS TO TAKE AWAY: #1

MAIN POINTS TO TAKE AWAY: #1

PEELING BACK THE LAYERS OF THE “I” FROM A NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE October 19 th , 2013 3 rd Annual DIR/ Floortime Coalition of California Conference Dr. Jonine Biesman. MAIN POINTS TO TAKE AWAY: #1.

By debbie
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Speech Production and Aphasia

Speech Production and Aphasia

Speech Production and Aphasia. Speech Production. Includes a selection problem:. Select from possible words. Concept. Motor output. Brain Regions for Speech Production. Wernicke’s Area Broca’s Area Insula. Wernicke’s and Broca’s are densely interconnected.

By washi
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Supplementary Figure 5 Hori et al.

Supplementary Figure 5 Hori et al.

Dissected Brain Storage and Sectioning Protocol (Illustrated). Dissected out Brain Regions. 2-M ethylbutane (Wako Pure Chemical Industries Ltd., Osaka). Brain immersed in O.C.T. and 0.1 M PB (containing 20% sucrose) solution.

By lilka
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Love

Love

Love. Theory of Love: R.J. Sternberg . http://langleyt.people.cofc.edu/217triangulartheoryoflove.html?referrer=webcluster &. Chemistry of Love:.

By cora
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Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES. The Mammals. The only ones with hair & mammary glands (females). Feed their young with milk. Adults nurture their young through an extended period of dependency. Eat prey by securing, chewing, cutting before swallowing.

By aolani
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Quantitative measurement of neuro-degeneration in an ALS–PDC mouse model using MR microscopy

Quantitative measurement of neuro-degeneration in an ALS–PDC mouse model using MR microscopy

Quantitative measurement of neuro-degeneration in an ALS–PDC mouse model using MR microscopy.

By kreeli
(63 views)

Brain and Consciousness Class

Brain and Consciousness Class

Brain and Consciousness Class. This presentation contains two classes: Brain-machine interface Brain micro-stimulations. BMI Control of a Robotic Arm. Large number (thousands) of electrodes in multiple areas (M1, Pre-motor, supplementary motor). Nicolelis et al PLoS 2003.

By adolph
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